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Allstate Bill

Understanding Paperless

Whether you receive an electronic Allstate® eBill or a paper bill by mail, both formats are identically designed and feature the same key components. So no matter how you choose to receive your bill, reading it has never been easier!

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Key Features of Your Bill

Let's take some time now to explore your Allstate bill's key features:

Policy Type & Policy Holder

Policy Type & Policy Holder

At the top right of your bill, you'll find your policy type. You'll also see the key policy holder information, including the policy name, policy number, issuing company, written items, policy period and agent contact information.

Payment History Section

Payment History Section

On the second page of your bill, you'll see your payment history at top left and a list of the accounting activity that has occurred since the last bill was issued. This includes payments, installment fees (if applicable), endorsements and any applicable surcharges. Policy balance (to pay in full) and the minimum amount due by date are also displayed.

Installment Schedule Section

Installment Schedule Section

Below the "payment history" section, you'll find the installment schedule which lists the dates and minimum amounts due for the remainder of your policy period. Note that if you pay in installments, there are installment fee charges. If you pay in full, there are no installment fee charges.

Policy Change Section

Policy Change Section

Located on the left of the second page, you'll see the policy change section. This section describes any changes you may have made to your policy and the effect these changes had on your premium (if applicable).

What You Should Know Section

What You Should Know Section

Located at the top right of the second page, you'll find the "what you should know" section. This section contains informational messaging that may be required by law, and also informs customers of the payment processing, terms and conditions of our payment options.

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